The implementation of coronavirus safety measures during Pakistan Super League (PSL) was Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB)’s responsibility, said Lahore Qalandars CEO Atif Rana Thursday.
He said that the franchises have no role to play in the mismanagement that lead to the postponement of the sixth edition of PSL.
The Qalandars CEO spoke to a sports news channel after the announcement of the indefinite postponement.
Rana said his team had already asked the cricket board not to hold the event during the ongoing coronavirus situation. However, the event was organised in consultation with other franchises.
He added that the PCB failed to implement the bio-secure bubble and the owner of another franchise was also pardoned for violating safety precautions.—Agencies